According to a message received today, there is an investigation into Mr. Ryan’s previous cases with the State Campaign Spending Commission.
SUPPORTING PROOF ON CARROLL ISSUE
In 2009, Ryan submitted as evidence against the John Carroll Campaign, a forged contract between Mr. Ryan and Mr. Carroll. Mr. Ryan said this document “was proof that Mr. Carroll owed him money”- $6,000 a month.
Mr. Carroll was able to prove that this document was a forgery in the Campaign Spending Commission proceedings but a criminal case was never pursued. Forging an official legal document is a felony.
Forged contract Ryan created
Eric Ryan Forged Carroll Contract
Copy of the check John Carroll gave to Eric Ryan to help him as a loan to pay his equity for his home:
John Carrol Loans Eric $6000 Check
Mr. Ryan stated that this check was for payment of his services per the (forged) contract. The check’s memo clearly states that it was for “EQUITY” not to pay Mr. Ryan’s salary.
Mr. Ryan cashed the check accepting what is was for, “equity.” Cashing a check means that the casher agrees to the terms of the check. The Campaign Spending Commission did not believe Mr. Ryan’s claim that Mr. Carroll owed him money.
This is a sample of what a real John Carroll contract looks like HERE
Mr. Ryan is trying to claim that a check Representative Kymberly Pine wrote to him was also for another purpose other than what was written on the check. He also claims that she too, owes him money.
The campaign spending commission reminded him in 2009 of the law that he should not be cashing checks that are not for its intended written purpose. Yet he is claiming to be a victim under the same circumstances.
Also not criminally filed are the fake invoices Mr. Ryan sent to his former clients after he was fired. According to witnesses in the campaigns of Stop Rail Now, John Carroll, Kymberly Pine and most recently Tom Berg, Mr. Ryan sent invoices months after the fact claiming that his clients owed him money for work he did.
An invoice is considered a legal document of “agreed terms between the seller and the purchaser.” None of his victims ever agreed to his invoice terms and were all given “past due” invoices.
Mr. Ryan could be prosecuted for each forged document and spend up to one year in jail per forged document.
More samples of Mr. Ryan’s forgery will be coming soon!